LINGUIST List 10.1381

Tue Sep 21 1999

Calls: CLIN 99

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Message 1: clin99 - call for papers

Date: Tue, 21 Sep 1999 18:24:37 +0200 (MET DST)
From: Paola Monachesi <Paola.Monachesilet.uu.nl>
Subject: clin99 - call for papers





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 CLIN 99 Second Announcement

 Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands
 Tenth CLIN Meeting
 Friday, 10 December, 1999
 Utrecht Institute of Linguistics OTS
 Utrecht University 

We are happy to announce the tenth CLIN meeting, which will be
hosted by the Utrecht Institute of Linguistics OTS at Utrecht
University. The languages of the conference will be Dutch and
English.

The invited speaker will be Aravind Joshi (University of Pennsylvania).

The local organiser of this year's meeting is Paola Monachesi.

Researchers are invited to present papers on all aspects of
computational linguistics (phonetics, phonology, morphology,
syntax, semantics, pragmatics, machine translation, computational
lexicography, formal languages, grammar formalisms, information
retrieval, knowledge representation, corpus-oriented methods,
etc.).

Authors should submit an abstract in English or Dutch to the
local organiser (preferably by e-mail, in flat ASCII). The
abstract should contain:

- a title
- your name, address, affiliation, and e-mail address
- a short outline of the paper (10-20 lines)

You can send your abstract to:

 clin99let.uu.nl

or, if email is not possible, to:

 CLIN 99
 Utrecht Institute of Linguistics OTS
 Utrecht University 
 Trans 10 
 3512JK Utrecht 
 The Netherlands 

Deadline for submission is 1 October 1999.
Notification of acceptance (by e-mail): 15 October 1999.

A volume with proceedings of the Ninth CLIN meeting (held 11
December 1998, in Leuven) will be available at this year's
meeting. We intend to produce a volume of the proceedings of CLIN
99 before CLIN 2000. Papers for these proceedings will have to be
written in English; they will be reviewed by a committee to be
appointed in due time.

This and future information about CLIN 99 will be
made available via the CLIN home page:

 http://www.let.rug.nl/~vannoord/clin/clin.html




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